22 July 2014

Court Rules Against a Lying Transgender

CBU Lancers
The tide has slowly turned in favor of straight people who don’t want to have anything to do with gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT). From the lower courts to the Supreme Court, Americans have slowly realized that the small minority should not dictate what the majority should and should not do.

The latest triumph came from a trial court in California which gave a favourable ruling to the California Baptist University (CBU) after a transgender student, Domaine Javier, sued because the school expelled him for fraud after discovering that he had applied as a female.

Javier, 27, was a nursing student at the private Southern Baptist school in the Inland Empire city of Riverside filed a US$ 500,000 lawsuit after the school found out he was lying about personal information in order to selfishly get what he wants. He was discovered to have submitted a document stating that he is a ‘female’ when in fact, he is a biological male.

The school won in 4 out of five counts, The Christian Post reports. And the school officials were very much satisfied that they were vindicated and spared from malicious and self-serving charges.

“CBU is pleased that the court recognized that California Baptist University is a private Christian university and is not a business establishment under the Unruh Act,” James McDonald, a lawyer for the school, told The Press-Enterprise. “The court also ruled that the plaintiff did not have a valid breach-of-contract claim.”

Javier’s expulsion came in August 2011 after he shrewdly decided to appear on an episode of the MTV documentary series “True Life.” The episode featured the demands of transgender people and how they don’t tolerate the behaviour of religious and straight people.

The only count that Javier won was the policy that seeks to expel him from areas that are open to the general public. Javier and his lawyer were glad that they won that one because they became a little richer after he was awarded US$ 4,000 for the slight, while the lawyer, Paul Southwick, received his attorney fees.

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21 July 2014

Gay Activism's Best Kept Secret

Gay activists groups are so proud of one of their leaders that they considered him to be a living "gay right" legend. His name many not ring a bell at this time, but Larry Brinkin made sure that he is destined to be famous in a not so flattering way.

Brinkin is a career lawyer and a homosexual activist who was crowned by the homosexual community when he led the effort to legalize same-sex "marriage" in California. He is also the man that was making US$ 135,000 per year working for the human rights commission in San Francisco. As a matter of fact, the board of supervisors even established a "Larry Brinkin Week" in February of 2010 in his honor.

But did you know that The San Francisco Weekly reported:
"Larry Brinkin, San Francisco's well-known gay rights activist, appeared in court this afternoon where he pleaded not guilty to six felony charges of sending and receiving images of child pornography. The charges came three months after Brinkin, 66, was first arrested by San Francisco police, who claim he had been using the e-mail address zack3737@aol.com to view images of children as young as perhaps 1-year-old being sodomized by and performing oral sex on adult men, accompanied by highly racist commentary".

"Comments included, 'I loved especially the n@#*er 2-year-old getting nailed. Hope you'll continue so I can see what the little blond b@#*h is going to get. White Power! White supremacy! White Dick Rules!'"

"On 8 May 2012, the SFPD was contacted regarding Brinkin’s alleged illegal activity. Investigators secured a search warrant on his home where he lives with his husband and son. They seized items from his house, including computers, videos, VHS tapes and a floppy disc. Police later determined Brinkin received emails and sent two reply emails containing child pornography. However, the DA did not file charges, and Brinkin was released on bail."

"Then on 8 August 2012, the SFPD seized additional computers belonging to Brinkin, which allegedly contained dozens of images of child pornography, according to the DA. On Sept. 20, police arrested Brinkin again and booked him on child pornography charges."

"After the first arrest, police lodged a second list of charges in September based on new evidence. Brinkin was charged with four counts of possessing child pornography and two counts of distributing it, which is even more serious."
Brinkin was sentenced on March 2014 to a year's detention, with six months served in county jail and six months home detention where he will have to wear an ankle monitor, Assistant District Attorney Alex Bastian said. He will also be on five years of supervised probation with a search condition. The search condition allows that his property, including his computers or any electronic device, can be searched during the duration of his probation.

So maybe you are asking yourself like I am, why was there no special mention of this case in major national dailies or even in Yahoo! US? We can only speculate at this time, but it could have been because of people in power that wants to protect Brinkin and efforts by the gay movement to downplay the real reason why their leaders want to have equal rights.

Maybe it is worth noting that Brinkin is a close associate of State Sen. Mark Leno, another homosexual and dedicated gay-rights activist, who has for many years kept the laws in California soft on child molesters and child pornography.

In 2006, Leno opposed the efforts of Republican Sharon Runner to toughen up the law on child-sex offenders. He wanted the law to act only in cases of possession of more than 100 items of child pornography. An item could be defined as a CD or USB stick containing thousands of images of rape or violence to children. Leno opposed the introduction of a statewide GPS tracking system for all molesters and opposed any increase in prison time for those convicted.

To further soften the impact of Brinkin's lust for children and divert the issue away from the gay agenda, Theresa Sparks, an admirer of Larry Brinkin and the executive director of the Human Rights Commission in San Francisco, said that the community was stunned after Brinkin’s initial arrest; at the time Sparks said that these allegations are "beyond hard to believe."

"It’s almost incredulous; there’s no way I could believe such a thing. [H]e's always been one of my heroes, and he's the epitome of human rights activist – this is man who coined phrases we use in our daily language."

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19 July 2014

Trail Life Offers An Alternative To BSA

Trail Life USA
When the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) announced last year their decision to lift a ban on gay youth membership, everyone knew that something will crop up to challenge its supremacy.

Well, a serious contender did emerge after more than 1,200 ex-participants of the BSA, hailing from 44 states, met in Nashville in September 2013 for a two-day "national leadership conference," at which the "new scouts’" name, logo, and uniforms were selected.

"Most of us are coming from a highly-structured environment that has 103 years of culture and language and program and symbols . . . and we are starting from scratch," John Stemberger, a father of two who earned the title of Eagle Scout during his youth, told the news organization.

Stemberger told reporters last year that the new organization will be named Trail Life USA (TLUSA) and it would amount to "a program that we believe will be stronger, safer and more principled in every way."

The successful campaign to alter the original boy scout membership policy gained steam after the organization ousted a lesbian as den mother and denied Eagle rank to a gay teen.

The organization’s longstanding policy on gay youth took effect last 1 January 2014.

"I want to have a prominent faith component that will be weaved in every fiber of the program," Stemberger, an Orlando attorney.

Membership in Trail Life has both youth and adult elements. The youth membership in the program is open to all who meet the membership requirements, and is currently designed for biologically male children under the age of 18.

The adult applicant must be at least 18 years of age and subscribe to and abide by the Trail Life USA Statement of Christian Faith and Values as well as the Oath and Motto of the program.

While the program is undergirded by Biblical values and unapologetically reflects a Christian worldview, there is also a clearly defined inclusion policy for youth. Accordingly, all boys are welcome irrespective of religion, race, national origin or socio-economic status. Our goal is for parents and families of every faith to be able to place their boys in a youth program that endeavors to provide moral consistency and ethical integrity in its adult leaders.

Charter partners own and operate local groups, selecting leaders and admitting members as they deem beneficial to their group and within the parameters of the national policy.

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18 July 2014

Malaysian Airlines Shot By Missile in Ukraine?

Malaysian Air - MH17
The world is grieving again today after innocent lives were lost from a war that should never have happened if only those responsible have the decency to respect international mediation process.

About 295 people were confirmed dead after a Malaysia Airlines (MH 17) passenger plane crashed near the Ukraine-Russia border on July 2014 after it was allegedly shot down by a surface-to-air missile. The origin of the missile remained unclear and both Ukraine officials and pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied responsibility.

Out of the 295 people on board, 280 are passengers and 15 are crew members. Ukrainian authorities told U.S. Embassy officials that everyone on the plane was "believed dead" and that the aircraft debris was scatted over a 10-mile swath of land, ABC News reported.

Malaysia Airlines released a partial list, published by the Washington Post, of the nationalities for 233 of the plane's 280 passengers: 154 Dutch, 27 Australian, 23 Malaysian, 11 Indonesian, 6 British, 4 German, 4 Belgian, 3 Filipino and one Canadian. The airline said it did not yet know the nationalities of the remaining 47 passengers yet. Every member of the 15-person crew was Malaysian, the airline said.

An aide to Ukraine's interior minister quoted by Interfax claimed the total number of dead in the crash was more than 300 and included 23 U.S. citizens.

In an interview with Charlie Rose, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, "there does seems to be some growing awareness that it had to be Russian insurgents. How we determine that will require some forensics. But then if there is evidence pointing in that direction, the equipment had to come from Russia."

Clinton said if there is evidence linking Russia to the attack, "that should inspire the Europeans to do much more" to support Ukraine.

Meanwhile, the head of Ukraine's emergency services told Reuters that search efforts at the scene of the crash were being hampered by "armed terrorists."

The question now is, why did a commercial plane passed through a war-torn area?

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17 July 2014

U.S. Church Leaders Unite Against Discriminatory Policy

Rick Warren
Religious leaders and their members are preparing to mobilize a protracted battle against the intolerant views from lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT). This first salvo came from a pastor who gave the invocation at President Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration.

Rev. Rick Warren has just joined with other church leaders asking that Obama make a special exemption for religious organizations in his planned executive order banning job discrimination against LGBT individuals.

Warren is a senior pastor of the Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, where over 20,000 believers attend each week. He has signed on to a letter in which religious leaders ask that Obama "include a religious exemption in your planned executive order addressing federal contractors and LGBT employment policies," The Atlantic reported.

Further, the letter states, "Without a robust religious exemption ... this expansion of hiring rights will come at an unreasonable cost to the common good, national unity, and religious freedom.

"We are asking that an extension of protection for one group not come at the expense of faith communities whose religious identity and beliefs motivate them to serve those in need."

Warren was joined in the request by other powerful religious leaders, including Larry Snyder, CEO of Catholic Charities USA and Michael Wear, Obama’s 2012 National Faith Vote Director.

The executive order signed by President George W. Bush in 2002 bars federal contractors doing more than US$ 10,000 in federal business from discriminating on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, and the Obama administration has not specified whether it intends to simply it by adding LGBT people to that list, or create a new executive order specifically aimed at LGBT discrimination, BuzzFeed reported.

Stephen Schneck, director of the Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies at Catholic University, who also signed the letter, told The Atlantic, "It would be nice if we had just a little bit more leverage. I am a very strong supporter of LGBT rights, and I am really excited about the prospect of extending provisions against discrimination in federal contracts.

"But I am also aware that this is an issue that provokes real differences among some of the most important religious organizations on the front lines of providing care for the poorest and most vulnerable."

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